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For Everyone, A way to Learn, Grow, and Succeed

About Us

Otherwise known as Cibecue Community School.
We are a K-12 Title I Grant School funded primarily by the Bureau of Indian Affairs since 1991.  We are an established 501(c)3 Non-Profit under Cibecue Community Education Board, Inc.

Mission Statement

For Everyone, A Way to Learn, Grow, and Succeed

Recent News

World Culture Day

Come join us in celebrating World Culture Day on Friday, May 5, 2023 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon in the High School Gymnasium. The event theme is "Honoring the Greatness in You." We are celebrating the diversity of the world's languages, cultures, and traditions. Wear your traditional clothes and come participate. Enjoy a variety of cultural displays, dances, songs, and more. We hope to see you there!


This notice is being published to notify the public that Cibecue Community School is applying for funding assistance from the USDA, Rural Development for development of the teacher housing additional sewer installation. Additional information on funding requests and specific elements of the project can be obtained by contacting Marilou Areno at (928) 332-2444 Ext. 1003 or email [email protected]
  • Parent Involvement We believe that parent participation is key to student success.
  • School Programs The Dishchii'bikoh Community School is a K-12 school; the school offers courses in Reading, Mathematics, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language, Computer and various Electives. The Dishchii'bikoh Community School also offers other programs such as Special Education, Talented and Gifted, Native Language, Sports program and Dual Credit program for High School.
  • Native Languages The Dishchii'bikoh Community School has a strong Native Language (Apache) Program for kindergarten to 12th grade students. The school strengthens the Native Language through Immersion Approach; the school also supports the Apache Culture and Tradition. We have programs available such as Apache Club, Apache Culture and Art classes. Celebration of Indigenous Culture Day and Native American Heritage Day included in the school calendar.